Giving Back!

Actively Affecting Positive social change
(Partnering & Volunteering with federal, state, & Private agencies)
 
* If you, or anyone you know are currently being trafficked, domestically abused, or missing, please contact your nearest police department, or CALL: (817)704-5966 (24-hour line).
 

The team at Providence Private Investigation & Paralegal Services, LLC has over 20 years of combined experience in civil and criminal investigations, counseling (family, marriage, chaplain), forensic research, terrorism and homeland security, legal studies, missing persons, asset recovery, and public health, in which each of our team members holds advanced degrees in their respective fields. Although we pride ourselves in such achievements, what brings us the most gratification is utilizing our knowledge and expertise for the advancement and improvement of families and individuals within underserved/underrepresented communities in the Dallas-Fort Worth area through volunteering. 

For more information on how PPIPS can help your cause or program, please call: (214)774-9105, ask for Tabitha!

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Recidivism reduction

One of Providence Private Investigation & Paralegal Services ("PPIPS") volunteer focuses is reducing recidivism rates in underrepresented and underserved communities. According to recidivism studies, approximately two-thirds of those who are released from prison without any intervention will return within three years. Factors, such as unemployment/employment insecurity, unlivable wages, and unsuitable housing are prime recipes for relapses of prior modes of thinking and criminal behavior regardless if the offense is new or repeated. This is definitely the case in underrepresented and underserved populations which is one of the prime reasons why cyclical or generational poverty is an issue in such communities. PPIPS is well versed on the many intervention programs aimed at reducing recidivism, but we believe that more can be done, especially in the above-mentioned populations. 

 

Making connections with these communities, offering better accountability practices, family inclusion, as well as implementing realistic behavioral methodologies and techniques that is cultural literate, are the beginning steps to how PPIPS is affecting positive social change in this arena.

If you would like PPIPS to volunteer its services to your cause or program, 

Battering Intervention

We believe that private investigators have a great advantage and can do so much more for the communities we serve, than providing that “Gotcha!” moment; we believe in giving back and community enrichment! Therefore, we propose utilizing behavioral methods of positive change, such as cognitive behavioral therapy models and methods within underrepresented and underserved communities in an effort to promote positive behavioral change, as well as utilizing a "coordinated community response" method which could aid in reducing domestic violence through strategizing that respective members of the community holds batterers responsible for their actions, while readily providing emotional and protective support to community victims. We found that when members of the community share a common understanding of domestic violence, they can then target the "signs" of both the abused and the abuser, and thus can change the negative social norms that influences battering behaviors.

If you would like PPIPS to volunteer its services to your cause or program, 

Human/Child Trafficking
Prevention

Another issue "PPIPS" is continually active in preventing is human/child trafficking in all forms; from labor trafficking and exploitation, to sex trafficking. Human trafficking has always been an issue, but since the COVID-19 pandemic, human trafficking has increased exponentially. With this analysis, we understand that trafficking is still a crime that can "adapt" to any circumstance which makes it even more difficult for law enforcement to tackle alone and begs for not only a response, but affective prevention strategies; this is where our team also volunteers its services.

If you would like PPIPS to volunteer its services to your cause or program,

* If you, or anyone you know are currently being trafficked, domestically abused, or missing, please contact your nearest police department, or CALL: (817)704-5966 (24-hour line).